absorbancy


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absorbancy

[əb′sȯr·bən·sē]
(physical chemistry)
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These products have been on the market for years, but because most are sold to hospitals, where frequent changing is not an issue, the quality, comfort and absorbancy have not really improved.
But introducing the snake's nanotechnology could potentially enhance their light absorbancy even more.
The deep-heel cupping, arch support, and shock absorbancy supports the foot while providing generous comfort.
Designed with a partially perforated cutout that folds under the pad (the hanging chad) for double absorbancy during fueling, the Chadd Padd holds 11 ounces of liquid and can also be used to soak up oil around the bilge.
"Overall the HB 506 is the winner with two second places for noise and shock absorbancy as
First Quality, a company with nearly two decades of experience in the manufacture of absorbancy products, including those in the feminine hygiene and adult incontinence categories, expanded into the paper products business in late 2004.
The efficiency of the initiation step in turn depends heavily on various factors, including the light source (wavelength, corresponding intensity, and dosage), the optical process (reflection, scattering, absorption, and transmission of the light), the quantum yield and optical absorbancy of the photoinitiator(s) (PI), and the pigment package.
Tufts University researchers evaluated the antioxidant needs of the average person plus the antioxidant power of fruits and vegetables, which is referred to as ORAC(oxygen radical absorbancy capacity).
The spectrometer is especially suitable for applications where closely aligned spectral features must be resolved, such as wavelength characterization of lasers, absorbancy of gases, and determination of elemental atomic emission lines.